The Tabernacle of the Living God Kamal Dhunput
The tabernacle was the symbol of the presence of God among the Israelites in the desert. The tabernacle of the desert was a shadow of the true Tabernacle to come -the Lord Jesus Christ
When the Israelites were in the desert, the Lord instructed Moses to build a tent called the tabernacle. This was to be where God would dwell among His people through their journey in the desert. While walking from the gate of the tabernacle to inside the tent, the High priest had to perform special rituals in order to move beyond the veil into the Holy of Holies. The Lord Jesus performed all these rituals so that we believers can have access to God. Throughout this book I will try to explain the rituals the Lord had to perform so that we can have access to God. In understanding what the Lord did, I hope that you grasp the mercy of the Lord for us and realize why Paul said, "O death, where is thy sting? O grave, where is thy victory?"
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